Thursday, March 09, 2017

Slab City Library



One of the more incongruous features of Slab City is a 24-hour free library. No cards, no fines, although I think most patrons don’t abuse the privilege. It is located in a building made of recycled materials. The roof is well-ventilated, giving a lot of fresh air, but not a lot of protection from the ocassional shower. Cleaning is low on the list of priorities:



The suspense novel section is actually quite good:



As is its selection of VCR tapes:



I found a poster for an obscure film about two Minnesota poets, as well as a minimal selection of framed art:



An iMac was hiding between a post and the trunk of a live tree, and I found the library cat eager to interact with patrons:



There was even a “dog’s only” section:

By Professor Batty



2 Comments:

Blogger Jono said...

That looks like something that would be fun to build. A real public library. I'd have to make it a little more weather proof to be pleased with it.


Blogger Professor Batty said...

This place wouldn't last a month in Minnesota.

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